Week 18: Weekend Wrap
Alex Solomon | March 31, 2014
Oklahoma prevailed against Texas Tech and won the Allied Rugby Conference title in the process. In the Mid-South, Life and Arkansas State both won, but only by a combined 10 points. San Diego State was Saint Mary’s latest victim, as the Gaels won its third straight match by at least 90 points.
Week 18 Preview
Alex Solomon | March 28, 2014
An automatic spot in the D1A playoffs will be on the line when Oklahoma and Texas Tech battle Saturday. Elsewhere, Lindenwood gets another crack at Life, and Saint Mary’s will not find a pushover when it ventures to southern California to face San Diego State.
Week 17: Weekend Wrap
Alex Solomon | March 24, 2014
In Week 17, both Life and Colorado extended their undefeated streaks and conference leads in the Mid-South and West, respectively. Baylor and Oklahoma each earned victories, but only one team has done enough to play for the Allied Rugby Conference’s Championship. In California, Satint Mary’s continued to put up monster numbers against its conference’s bottom half.
Week 17 Preview
Alex Solomon | March 20, 2014
The Allied Rugby Conference is back in action after two weeks off from conference matches. The ARC stayed busy by playing several non-conference matches the last few weeks, but now the stakes get higher – especially for Baylor. Elsewhere, Life and Colorado look to expand leads in their respective conferences.
Week 14: Weekend Wrap
Alex Solomon | March 3, 2014
Aside from snowstorms forcing the two matches out of the West to be cancelled, March arrived with a number of compelling matches in D1A Rugby. There were no nail-biters to speak of, but both Saint Mary’s and Life earned wins agains teams expected to challenge each school for conference titles. Also, the once though of one-team race in the Allied Rugby Conference looks to be completely up for grabs.
Oklahoma dominates ARC 7s in College Station, TX
Grant Cole | October 8, 2013
Two ARC 7s tournaments in the books and Oklahoma has won both in fine fashion. In each , the Sooners have proven able to fight through adversity to win. In Lubbock, Tech led 19-5 at halftime in the final and Oklahoma came back to win with no time left on the clock. In College Station, Oklahoma denied space and possession to Sam Houston, but they accomplished that feat a man short for 12 minutes and still emerged the victor!
Sooners BOOM in Lubbock
Grant Cole | September 23, 2013
The Sooners of Oklahoma University came out strong and persevered through the day to win the Varsity Final in Lubbock, TX on the first stop of the 2013 Allied Rugby Conference Fall 7s Series sponsored by World Rugby Shop. Under new coach, Jason Horowitz, and with the new philosophy posted above, Oklahoma put their fellow conference members on notice that the Sooners will be a force to be reckoned with at all points this season.
2013 ARC Fall 7s Series – Lubbock Tournament
Grant Cole | September 19, 2013
On September 21st, the Allied Rugby Conference (ARC) kicks off the 2013 Fall 7s Series at the Texas Tech University Rugby Pitches in Lubbock, TX. This tournament will encompass one day starting at 10am and ending at 6pm.
Instant Red River Classic and Wild Week in ARC
Bradley Ryan | February 24, 2013
AUSTIN, Texas — It was everything you could ask for from a Red River Rivalry game. OU jumped out to an early lead over Texas, but the home team stormed back and took a one point lead with less than a minute left in regulation to record an historic win for the Longhorns.
Rough Welcome to D1A for Two ARC Teams
Jarrod Beckstrom | February 18, 2013
BOULDER, Colo. — The first week of Allied Rugby Conference play saw two massive wins. OU welcomed the Baylor Bears to the elite rung of men’s collegiate rugby with a resounding 85-7 win in Waco. Meanwhile, D1A newbies Texas Tech and Sam Houston State battled it out with the Red Raiders coming out 91-12 victors over SHSU.